The clothes turn. Fifteen minutes pass. They're still tumbling around. The air is hot, and the cloying smell of laundry fresheners is almost enough to choke you. All the magazines date from the Carter era. The damn clothes are still spinning. The worst part of not having your own washing machine and dryer is, by far, the time-suck of having to monitor your clothes in a nondescript laundromat with no escape in sight. So you might as well pass the time somewhere that makes you happy. In business since 1982, Mary's Café has cracked the Miami code to joyfully wasting a few hours: This place serves truly delicious café con leche ($1.25) and pan con bistec ($5.50) while you wait for the spin cycle to wrap up. Plus, it's open 24/7, so you can come and go on whatever weird Miami time you operate on.